Adding localization (l10n) support to your Flex application no longer results in mangled, hard-to-maintain source code.
Implement your application with custom views and your choice of framework. Then easily add the BabelFx engine to inject all localized content into your views, UI controls, and models.
With BabelFx you can easily inject localized:
BabelFx can be used with Swiz, Mate, Cairngorm, Parsley, RobotLegs, and PureMVC, or no framework at all. BabelFx runs independently and transparently behind the scenes.
Your views no longer have to "pull" localized content into themselves.
BabelFx will use Inversion-of-Control (IoC) patterns to inject localized content into targeted views. Since BabelFx 'pushes' content, your UI controls, components, and views will never have to 'pull' any content. This means that your view components will never have any knowledge nor dependencies upon localization issues.
Best of all, store localized content by:
Architect and implement your application with your normal processes, libraries, and components. When your application code has stabilized, you are ready to add BabelFx l10n features. Simply
BabelFx is really "that" easy!
Check out the free, online resources and ask yourself:
"Why am I not already using BabelFx?"
It is free, easy, powerful, and significantly better than the alternatives.